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The Wayfarer Launches New Fall Menu

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Classic American grill The Wayfarer, located in New York’s Quin Hotel is getting a fall makeover from executive chef Braden Reardon.

Reardon learned to appreciate local food from an early age by observing his grandmother tend to their farm and bring the fresh produce to the table.

Expect modern interpretations of classic seafood dishes along with mouthwatering steaks and chops, highlights of which include creative appetizers like the oysters tempura with cilantro and chili dipping sauce, petit lobster roll with salt and vinegar crisps, and what currently resides at the top of my list of best braised octopus in the city, served with almond, charred leek, garbanzo, and rhubarb gastrique.

Many tables were covered in plates of the crispy skin Scottish salmon with charred potato, green garlic, and tzatziki; the grilled Ecuadorian prawns with avocado, jalapeño, cilantro, and lime salsa; and the Long Island duck breast served with succulent whole black figs and chicory.

The beverage program, created by award-winning mixologist Christian Sanders (formerly of Evelyn Drinkery), includes drinks like the Sexy Beest, made with Bombay Sapphire gin, benedictine, cardamom-infused honey, yuzu, allspice dram, and ginger; and the Scottish Samurai, made with Monkey Shoulder Scotch whisky, cucumber, Japanese mint, cinnamon agave, lime, and grapefruit bitters.

Make sure to leave room for dessert, and opt for their spin on the beloved childhood treat Ants on a Log.


19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)

19 Fantastic Fall Cocktails

Bring it on, fall. It's officially time to put your shorts aside, dig out your sweaters and start replacing flats with booties . As you honor the seasons changing, don't forget to dress your drinks properly, too. Add some cider to your sangria, some apple to your martini and some pumpkin spice to your white hot chocolate . These recipes will brighten your fall soirees, warm your last outdoor dinner parties and sweeten the glow of your nights by the fire. With one of these in your hand you'll welcome fall with open arms.

Cider Punch

This festive cider packs quite a, you know, punch. You would never guess it only has three ingredients. (via Not Without Salt)

Pumpkin Beer Float

Pumpkin beer, vanilla ice cream and cinnamon? These are a few of our favorite things. (via Anthropologie Blog)

Hot Buttered Rum

Brown sugar, cinnamon, butter… are these cookies we’re talking about, or a favorite fall drink? (via Not Without Salt)

Pear Nectar + Thyme Mimosa

Simply trade in your orange juice for pear nectar and top with some thyme for a unique potion that will have your guests hooked. (via The Glitter Guide)

Apple Mojito

This drink celebrates the exact moment that summer meets fall. (via Chasing Delicious)

Caramel Apple Martini

The ingredients are truly simple — apple schnapps, butterscotch schnapps, Bailey’s and milk. Simply delicious, are we right? (via HGTV)

Bourbon Salted Caramel Milkshake

If there’s booze in it, it’s a cocktail. For more sweet and boozy inspiration see our list of desserts in liquid form. (via Love + Olive Oil)

Teacher’s Aid

Here’s a sure way to make your teacher fall for you. (via Camille Styles)

Apple, Pear + Gin

Juice two pears and an apple together. Add honey, lemon juice and soda water, garnish with rosemary, and voila! That was easy. (via Naturally Ella)

Regent’s Punch

Pineapple meets a new season when mixed with orange, nutmeg and — guess what — green tea. Don’t forget the cranberries on top. (via Saveur)

Apple Cider + Champagne Sangria

You can’t go wrong with sangria. Seriously, we don’t think it’s even possible to make it taste bad. What you can do is add apple cider and fresh apples to make it one hundred percent seasonally appropriate. (via Kiran Tarun)

Vanilla, Pear + Vodka

Vanilla + pear = the perfect pair. Get creative with the vodka flavor, too. (via Two Tarts)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

We like to celebrate all the possible ways to add pumpkin to your drinks. (via Minimalist Baker)

Sparkling Autumn Sangria

Apple juice and orange liqueur are the secrets to this sangria. Shh… sip, don’t tell. (via Sweet Paul Mag)

Spiced Amaretto Apple Cider

We like to put apple cider in everything when baking. Here’s an apple cider recipe to perfect itself. (via The Boys Club)

Warm Apple + Bourbon Punch

Our noses are tickled by the spicy warmth all the way over here. (via Style Me Pretty)

Cider Jack Cocktail

Friends forever: hard cider and apple jack liqueur. (via Intoxicology 101)

Apple, Ginger + Cranberry Vodka

Ginger and cranberry were flavors possibly made for each other. Apple just goes with everything. (via What Katie Ate)

Roasted Marshmallow Coffee Cocktail Shakes

We’re fans of repurposing marshmallows. Using them as toppers for your cocktail shooters? By all means. (via Family Fresh Cooking)


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